Otematata Wetlands Walkway restoration project gets new funding's through Environments Canterbury Immediate steps programme.
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Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere is the largest lake in Canterbury and has no natural outlet to the sea. It is of outstanding cultural significance to Ngāi Tahu.
Art conservation is not a role you would usually associate with environmental planning but in South Canterbury this has become an important focus of the local water zone committee.
More than 4000 native plants have been planted along the Ohapi Creek waterway to help safeguard the water quality of the creek and improve the habitat for native species, as...
A popular recreational area on South Canterbury’s Waihao River, the Black Hole, is to undergo a collaborative restoration project to improve its water quality.
Environment Canterbury accepted the recommendations of independent hearing commissioners on the Nutrient Management and Waitaki Plan Change, Plan Change 5 to the Land & Water Regional Plan.
As part of the Healthy Catchment Project, the Orari-Temuka-Opihi-Pareora (OTOP) Water Zone Committee held a workshop for the public to engage in an early input into water management and healthy catchments.
Sixty-eight hectares of land will now be protected for future generations thanks to funding from the Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee.
Mudfish, eels, weeds and willows have been the recent focus of the team working at Wainono Lagoon on Te Rūnanga o Waihao’s Te Mana O Te Wai Project.
New thermal detection technology is being used to help track down Bennett's wallabies, one of the most problematic introduced pests in South Canterbury.
Region-wide farming campaign, reminding farmers of their responsibility to meet water quality limits and to help them find out whether they will need a consent
Timaru’s Saltwater Creek is well-known to locals as a great spot for a walk or a bike ride and is home to the local rowing club, as well as native...